We’re pleased to announce that Green House Data Principal Architect Sean Bales passed his VCP5-DCV (VMware Certified Professional 5 – Data Center Virtualization) exam last week. Sean’s certification brings our total number of VCP5-DCV technicians up to three.
Josh Larsen, our other Principal Architect, and Cortney Thompson, Vice President of Data Center Operations, are the other two Data Center Virtualization experts. This industry-recognized certification requires completion of a VMware training course and real life experience using VMware technologies.
The VCP5 certification specifically demonstrates the ability to install, deploy, scale and manage VMware vSphere virtual server environments. It requires at least six months experience using VMware technologies.
Congratulations to Sean, and remember that Green House Data has virtualization experts ready to support your business infrastructure.
Posted By: Joe Kozlowicz